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Re: [O] Avoiding open buffers when clocking in

From: Julian M. Burgos
Subject: Re: [O] Avoiding open buffers when clocking in
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2015 16:47:33 +0000

Actually, the solution is obvious... I should think before posting.

(defun my-org-clock-in ()
 "Clock in and close all unmodified buffers."
  (mapc 'kill-buffer (cdr (buffer-list (current-buffer))))

Julian M. Burgos writes:

> Thanks Kyle, I did not knew this one.  I was manually using this
> function
> (defun only-current-buffer () 
>   (interactive)                                                               
>     (mapc 'kill-buffer (cdr (buffer-list (current-buffer)))))
> to kill all buffers after clocking in, but your solution is simpler.  
> Kyle Meyer writes:
>> "Julian M. Burgos" <address@hidden> writes:
>>> When clocking in at some particular task, org-mode opens all my agenda
>>> files (I assume to check if there are dangling clocks).  I have many
>>> agenda files, and I rather avoid opening tons of new buffers.  Is there any
>>> way to make org-mode not check for dangling clocks in other agenda
>>> files?
>> If you're ok with disabling automatic clock resolution entirely, setting
>> org-clock-auto-clock-resolution to nil should work.

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